One thing I love about lith printing is the incredible variety of looks that are possible. Some of the favorite papers have been discontinued over the years and a few new ones pop up. The good news is that papers that are no longer good for regular printing are just fine for lith printing. The photo above was done on an ancient (like from the mid-60s) Luminos single weight paper. I bought about 200 sheets for about $10 on ebay. Old Agfa papers like Brovira work great. I have some Kodak Polycontrast RC from 1963 that still works. Amazing stuff. My favorites old papers are Kodak Polycontrast, Luminos, Oriental and Brovira.....but I still have a lot more to try. The only ones I have found that don't work are any Ilford papers (modern Ilford Warmtone is fantastic, though) and Kodak Kodabromide.
Mark Fisher, photographer, product developer and lover of old mechanical things